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Publication numberUS2342757 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateFeb 29, 1944
Filing dateApr 20, 1940
Priority dateApr 20, 1940
Publication numberUS 2342757 A, US 2342757A, US-A-2342757, US2342757 A, US2342757A
InventorsRoser Leslie W
Original AssigneeRoser Leslie W
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Nozzle
US 2342757 A
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1.. w. ROGER Feb. 29, 1944.

'NOZZLE Filed April 20, 1940 M VHVTOA 1551/; Mama x1 24, Q55 2? Patented F eb. 29, '1944 umrso STATES lzPAT-ENT oFricE NOZZLE Leslie lRoser, Milwaukee, Wis. Application April .20, 1940. Serial No. 330.759

Claims. (01. 299-43) Myinvention relates to nozzle and more par.-

yticu-larly to a. nozzle that may be applied to. the

- effect on the remaining nozzles.

A. sti t e o j ct of my i cn ioh i t provide a means of permitting independent -ad justrnent without effecting the water tight seal while the adjustment takes place.

Still another object of my invention is to provide independent adjustable means that may be made applicable to any type of nozzle, thereby giving the device a large variation in its use.

Other and further objects of my invention will become more apparent as the description proceeds when taken in conjunction with the drawing in which Figure 1 is a perspective view of the device showing amanifold or head equipped with two adjustable nozzles, each independent of the other.

Figure 2 is a fragmentary cross-sectional view of the ball and socket arrangement that permits adjustment yet provides a permanent seal due to the spring tension against the ground washers, and

Figure 3 is a cross-sectional fragmentary view of the device arranged in a, manner that will permit the adoption of a conventional adjustable nozzle.

Similar characters of reference indicate corresponding parts throughout the several views and referring now to the same the character I 6 shows a spherical enclosure acting as a manifold or reservoir onto which are attached two adjustable nozzles. The number of nozzles however is not 1imited to two as any number can be applied depending on the size of the sphere or if another shape of manifold is employed the shape would determine the number of nozzles.

The nozzles as shown are attached to the enclosure met any predetermined angle by means of a threaded member ll being of tubular construction and terminating into a ball or spherical section I2. Immediately adjacent this ball member I2 and encircling it is a collar member l3 provided wtih an inner thread disposed for enease e it a ho si g. whi hous n also terminates into a sph ical ball member 1,5, 'I'he housin member .14 is rov ded with an out thread for eng ge e t with the collar member l3 and the inner chamber of the member 14 encloses a resilient member 1.6 disposed for forcs a u d washe 1 a ainst th sur -ace of the ba member ,IZ ther by form n a liquid proof seal at .18 against the faceloi the'iball 1,2. The ball member 15 is also provided a collar I9 provided with an inner thread disposed for en a with t oute thread o a nozzle mem e 20.. his m mbe 2 i pr id with a chamber en l si a res lient m m er 16 n a ing th r un washe 1 and form. a s l8 a ai st the hal member 5.- Qbri uslth arrangement shown provides a liquid tight seal at I8, yet permits the adjustment of the nozzle 20 to a. angle. In Figure 3 is shown a similar arrangement in which there is a member 2| replacing the nozzle 20 and due to the outer threads on the member 2| permits attachment of any conventional type of standard hose nozzle. This arrangement would especially find favor where a spray nozzle is employed.

The device permits a free flow of liquid without I any interference to the nozzle and the general contour and size of the enclosure 10 would determine how many nozzles could'be applied.

Although I have shown and described a particular construction of my device it is to be understood that I can make such changes a I deem necessary without departing from the spirit of my invention as set forth in the appended claims.

What I claim and desire to secure by Letters Patent in the United States is:

1. A device of the character described comprising in combination with a manifold, a ball having an opening therethrough, a socket member provided with an external thread, said socket member having an opening therethrough, a threaded member provided with an inner thread encircling said ball, said threaded member engaging said socket member, an annular washer having a surface ground to the contour of said ball disposed against the surface of said ball, a resilient member disposed inside of said ocket memher for engagement with and urging said washer toward said ball, and means for attaching a nozzle onto said socket member to enable the dispensing of liquid.

2. A device of the character described comprising in combination with a manifold, a ball member having an opening therethrough,.said ball.

member arranged for attachment to said. mania fold, a socket member threaded on its outer face having an opening therethrough, a threaded member encircling said ball member, said threaded member provided with an inner thread for engagement with said socket member, an annular washer having a surface ground to the contour of said ball member, a resilient member, said washer and resilient member encased in said socket member and. held in proper alignment so that said resilient member urges said washer against the surface of said ball member, and means for attaching a nozzle to the depending threaded end of said socket member to allow free flow of liquid through the assembled device.

3. A nozzle device of the character described comprising in combination with a manifold, a plurality of tubular ball members, collars provided with inner threads encircling said ball members,

corresponding number of tubular socket members provided with an external thread, adapted to receive the inner thread of said collars, resilient members within the enclosure of said socket members, annular washers having one surface conforming with the contour of said ball members, said resilient members urging said annular washers against said ball members within the chamber of said socket members, and mean for attaching a nozzle to the depending end of one of said socket members thereby permitting free flow of liquid through the assembled device with the nozzle at any pre-determined angle due to the plurality of ball and socket joints.

4. A device of the character described com prising in combination a tubular ball member, said ball member provided with means for attaching to a liquid supply, a tubular socket member threaded on its outer face, an internally threaded collar member encircling said ball memher, said threaded member arranged for engagements with said socket member, an annular washer having one surface ground to the contour of said ball member, a resilient member, said washer and said resilient member disposed within the chamber of said socket member in a manner whereby said resilient member urges said washer against the outer surface of said ball member, and means for attaching a nozzle to the depend ing end of said socket member to allow free flow of liquid through the assembled device.

5. A device of the character described comprising in combination with a manifold, a plurality of ball members of tubular construction, threadedly engaging said manifold, tubular socket members threaded externally on one end and provided with ball member on the other end, threaded collar members encircling said ball members, said threaded collar members provided with an inner thread arranged for engagement with said socket members, annular washers having one surface shaped to the contour of said ball members, resilient means, said washer and resilient means assembled into the chamber of said socket members in a manner whereby said resilient means urge said washers against the outer surface of said ball members, said socket members and collars corresponding in number to said ball members, and means on the depending socket members for attaching nozzle to permit the dispensing of liquid through a plurality of nozzles which may be individually placed in LESLIE W. ROSER.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification239/536, 285/269, 285/125.1, 239/587.3
International ClassificationF16L27/02, B05B1/14, B05B15/00, B05B15/06, F16L27/04
Cooperative ClassificationB05B1/14, B05B15/067, F16L27/04
European ClassificationB05B1/14, B05B15/06B1A, F16L27/04